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Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
Ip camera security system presentation
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  • 1. IP Camera Security System Dallan Byrne 033817814th Electronic and Computer Engineering 2007 Supervisor: Fergal O’ Malley
  • 2. Presentation Overview1 Project Description2 Technologies3 Software System Architecture4 System Implementation5 Conclusion
  • 3. Project DescriptionCreate a Prototype of a Network Security System using IP Camera Technology  Designed for Irish home broadband user.  Alerts home owner to break-in by SMS.  Owner may view intruder faces and a live stream from the IP camera on a J2ME mobile application.
  • 4. Project Description Functional Requirements:  IP Camera • Stream MJPEG. • Motion Detection Alert.  Server: • Image Processing: Face Detection/Recognition. • SMS & E-mail Alert.  Phone • View Intruder/Recognised Faces • View MJPEG Stream
  • 5. Project Description
  • 6. Technologies Communication Technologies  TCP/IP  HTTP Protocol  GPRS IP Camera Technology  Web Server • Standalone Axis 207W  Motion Detection © Axis Corporation 2006
  • 7. Technologies Software Technologies  J2SE/J2EE • Servlets • J2SE Sockets  Image Processing • Face Detection: OpenCV • Eigenfaces Recognition Technique  J2ME • MIDlets • Sockets
  • 8. Software System Architecture Server  Save Images  SMS & Email Alert  Image Processing  Socket Server Mobile Device  Socket Client  Stream MJPEG
  • 9. Software System Architecture Server Servlet User Interface• Tomcat Container • System GUI• Invoked by Camera • Saves Images• Image Processing • System Settings• Socket Server • Viewing MJPEG
  • 10. System Implementation User Interface  Saves JPEG’s to Server Memory  User may: • Edit and save camera, e-mail and SMS settings. • View MJPEG from camera
  • 11. System Implementation Servlet  Receives Motion Alert from IP Camera  Executes Image Processing Applications  Issues Alerts • E-mail • SMS  Start Socket Server • Send Images
  • 12. System Implementation Image Processing  Face Detection: C & => OpenCV library • Haar Object Detection Technique.  Face Recognition: MATLAB • Eigenfaces Recognition Technique • Results determined by Euclidean Distance of Eigenfaces.
  • 13. System Implementation J2ME Application  Start Socket Client • StreamConnection – “socket://server:port”  Save Images • RMS RecordStore  View Live Camera Footage • HttpConnection
  • 14. System Implementation J2ME Client <–> J2SE Server Socket Connection  ISP Settings  Server • JPEG to Byte Array Conversion • Setup Connection on Specified Port  Client • Connect to SocketServer at an Address and Port • Receive Byte Array and Convert to J2ME Image • Display Image
  • 15. Conclusion Requirements Vs Results.  All Requirements met.  Image Processing Results Overall:  Excellent Experience • Utilises a number of Software and Communication protocols and technologies.  Existing IP Surveillance Systems  Enhancements  Feasible Product?
  • 16. Project Website:http://ohm.nuigalway.ie/0607/03byrne

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